ICU – AEE Reestart Project Certificate Distribution Ceremony

On Monday, July 4, 2022, engineers who had completed different trainings with AEE as part of ICU – Reestart Project received their certificates at Hotel Le Royal. This event represents the completion of one among many work packages of REESTART project, which aims at the clean energy transition of Lebanon.  The ceremony started with an […]

Energy Audit Agreement

Energy Audit Agreement

REESTART Projects is glad to share with you the Energy Audit Agreement.

Who are the future ESCO of REESTART project?

Who are the future ESCO of REESTART project? Have a look to the REESTART list!

REESTART aims to increase the accessibility to the market for the Energy Service Companies and to increase their Network; to allow the Small and Medium Enterprises to select an Energy Service Company through REESTART ESCO list in order to develop a future partnership in the energy sector.

REESTART ESCO Business Model

REESTART ESCO Business Model

REESTART is glad to share with you this informative video about ESCO Business Model. What is an ESCO Model? what are the step to be an ESCO in REESTART project? What are the steps of the Matching process between an ESCO and SMEs

Become a REESTART Green Business

Become a REESTART Green Business

This call for beneficiaries is intended for Lebanese Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) willing to green their business through the adoption of energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives under the REESTART project.

Middle East renewables capacity set to grow 18 times by 2025

Middle East renewables capacity set to grow 18 times by 2025

This forecast was issued in the latest energy report by the research firm Frost and Sullivan, in relation to the renewable energy industries in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon.

Solar PV to Generate $182 Billion Investment in Middle East Renewables by 2025

Solar PV to Generate $182 Billion Investment in Middle East Renewables by 2025

Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Solar PV Dominating Investment Opportunities in Renewable Sector across the Middle East, 2025-2025, reveals that the pressure to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is compelling the Middle East